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Finalmouse Ultralight Pro

http://www.finalmouse.com/ultralightpro.php

Only 67 grams!??!!?!?

Rocket Jump Ninja already has a video review up:


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post #2 of 1555 (permalink) Old 02-08-2018, 09:47 AM
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Huh i'd actually want to try this i think. Every time i tried a mouse that was below 80 grams (or around that area) i generally did worse with it, however most of the ones i've tried were smaller in dimensions than what i would define as comfortable for me. So to have a mouse that might actually be slightly too large for my hand but also much lighter than what i'm used to, should be an interesting test. Though i don't know if i want to give FM money, if past track records are anything to go by this thing will be discontinued in 3 months to be replaced by something else... but still this at least got me interested.

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welp just bought the sunset version, supposedly has some special rubberized texturing which i tend to like more than straight plastic.

I'll let you guys know when I get it

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Well, this could easily fit into TT esports mouse family

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Quote: Originally Posted by SpiLLi View Post
welp just bought the sunset version, supposedly has some special rubberized texturing which i tend to like more than straight plastic.

I'll let you guys know when I get it
I ordered the white one. Was thinking about the Sunset one, but decided not to for two reasons.

1) Worried about the rubberized texture wearing off over time.

2) Not a fan of the color. Obviously personal opinion though
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welp just bought the sunset version, supposedly has some special rubberized texturing which i tend to like more than straight plastic.

I'll let you guys know when I get it
Too bad the rubberized texturing is only on top of the mouse and not on the sides, where it matters mostly, because that's where you grip the mouse. What were they thinking?
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Too bad the rubberized texturing is only on top of the mouse and not on the sides, where it matters mostly, because that's where you grip the mouse. What were they thinking?
thinking about the palm and the feeling?

the rubberized texture always stick to my palm which is something i love
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welp just bought the sunset version, supposedly has some special rubberized texturing which i tend to like more than straight plastic.

I'll let you guys know when I get it

Sunset version ?
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